Dr. Trevor Cates is a naturopathic physician living in Park City, Utah. In this episode of Businesses in Bloom, Trevor explains how she came to study naturopathy through her childhood health concerns and the holistic treatment she received. She discusses becoming Dr. Spa and running a private practice while writing a book, marketing her own skin care products To get the show notes for this episode go to http://julietaustin.com/bb46.
Amy Weintraub is a yogini based in Tucson, Arizona. She’s the founder of the LifeForce Yoga Healing Institute and the author of several books including, Yoga Skills for Therapists: Effective Practices for Mood Management and Yoga for Depression: A Compassionate Guide to Relieving Suffering Through Yoga. In this episode of Businesses in Bloom, Amy discusses how she became a yoga instructor, and from there, a trainer and educator around yoga’s benefits to the mind and body, specifically using yoga as a way to help with depression.To get the show notes for this episode go to http://julietaustin.com/bb45.
Dr. Michael Stein is a cognitive behavioral therapist who specializes in exposure therapy for anxiety disorders. In this interview, he talks about building a busy private practice in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Stein explains the modality of exposure therapy, which he says is not well understood in the wider therapeutic community. To get the show notes for this show go to http://julietaustin.com/bb44.
Dr. Christina Hibbert is a practicing psychologist, author, Internet radio show host, and mother of six. In this interview, Christina explains how she came to practice grief and loss counseling, through her own experiences with death and depression. She discusses how she balances her private practice, writing (blogs and books), family life, and public speaking engagements. Christina has become the authority on post-partum depression and other women’s mental health concerns in the greater Flagstaff, AZ area. To get the show notes for this show go to http://julietaustin.com/bb43
Dr. Jill Stansbury is a naturopath and ethnobotanist, living in Battle Ground, WA. In this episode, she discusses her career as a naturopath, and her private clinic and apothecary. Jill talks about public speaking, traveling to South America on research field trips, and building her business through community engagement. To get the show notes for this episode, go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb42.